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Middle English un- not un–1 witting present participle of witten to know (from Old English witan weid- in Indo-European roots)
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Old English unwitende
She's an unwitting participant.
In such cases, the unwitting consumer may be led to believe that they are buying the same products that would be displayed in retail stores, but this is not the case.
He must be said to have been infected by unwitting racism in this regard.
Numerous pet owner find themselves without a cat after their unwitting kitty takes an gratuitous leap from their apartment window.
Cat fights, diseases, parasites and pests are common threats of the outdoors, as well as speedy vehicles and unwitting drivers.
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